2. AisensAisens currently develops motion tracking sensors that help patients rehabilitate safely and effectively. The company is showcasing its Orthyo app for physiotherapy.
Orthyo works by attaching sensors directly onto the leg of the patient or indirectly using regular orthosis. The device connects via WiFi and couples with a smartphone to deliver real-time measurements and data visualization.
The technology in the sensors uses motion tracking technology and software for high precision data and measurements. It also has at least 5 hours of battery life and recharges in less than an hour, according to Aisens.
Its digital platform allows patients to send the data to physiotherapists about progress.